Solve the problem.
Devon purchased tickets to an air show for 4 adults and 2 children. The total cost was . The cost of a child's ticket was less than the cost of an adult's ticket. Find the price of an adult's ticket and a child's ticket.

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x=$4 ans. for the price of the children tickets.
4+8=$12 ans. for the price of the adult tickets.
Proof:
7*12+2*4=92
84+8=92
92=92

- anonymous

these are the multiple choice answers:
adult's ticket: $13; child's ticket: $10
adult's ticket: $12; child's ticket: $9
adult's ticket: $14; child's ticket: $11
adult's ticket: $11; child's ticket: $8

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Thank you for helping ^^

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no problem

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wait what was the total cost for all the tickets

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$66

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ok so this might be the long way but this is how i got your answer

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so your answer chocies consist of this 13,10 and 12,9 and 14,11 and 11,8

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ok o :

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it says that adult has to cost more than the child ticket so therefore all of the big numbers are adult tickets and all of the small are kids. what i did is i saw that there where 4 adults and 2 kids so i got on my calculator :D and i did this.\[12\times4=48 + 9\times2=18\]

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if u add 48 plus 18 u get the answer of 66

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ohhh o.o lol....

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um... did you use the answer choices to make that equation? o.o

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what do u mean

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your answer is adult's ticket: $12; child's ticket: $9

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I am talking about 12 * 4 = 48 + 9 *2=18

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Sorry T:

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o ya i got that from the answer choices

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you can do that? T.T;

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Thank you for your help once again ^^

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lol your confusing the crap out of me lol.. ok what do u mean i can do that

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I'm sorry, nevermind T_T

- anonymous

lol no im here to help math is my second strongest subject so throw it at me

- anonymous

Then, I have to throw a lot of questions at you... LOL D:

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o god lol but ok.. what grade are u in??

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I'm a Freshmen in college.. T:

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not good at math so I'm starting with basic level.

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lol my sister is a freshman in college im in 11th grade

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oh ^^; i feel embarrassed now..

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haha dont be :D i like helping out people :)

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and im like u im taking basic Spanish so im in class with a lot of freshman and 10th graders

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oh o :

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ya so ask me your questions

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Without solving, choose the correct solution by deciding which choice satisfies the given conditions.
At the local convenience store, 3 bags of chips and 7 containers of dip cost $31. However, 6 bags of chips and 3 containers of dip cost $18. What is the cost of one bag of chips and one container of dip?
chips = $3; dip = $5
chips = $1; dip = $4
chips = $1.50; dip = $3.50
chips = $2; dip = $3

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O.o

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ok lets do this

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lol :(

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wdf hold on

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lol sorry im laughing a lot i cant think right now

- anonymous

its ok...

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y are u so nice???

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o.O

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lol sorry i was just wondering

- anonymous

chips = $1; dip = $4

- anonymous

thats your answer u want me to explain or no??

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explain please o:

- anonymous

ok so we know that the answer choice has to be correct for both problems instead of just one another

- anonymous

so what i did was i looked at you answers and i did this
it says
At the local convenience store, 3 bags of chips and 7 containers of dip cost $31. However, 6 bags of chips and 3 containers of dip cost $18.
i looked at the answer choices
chips = $3; dip = $5
chips = $1; dip = $4
chips = $1.50; dip = $3.50
chips = $2; dip = $3
and i looked at the first one and it says dip= $5 and i looked at your first problem 3 bags of chips and 7 containers of dip cost $31. and i multiplied 5times7 and got 35 see now i know that the first answer is wrong because it already goes over what its suppose to equal witch is 31$

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then i did the second answer witch is chips = $1; dip = $4 so i got the dip amount witch is 4 and i multiplied that by 7 witch is 28 then is looked at how much the chips cost witch is 1 dollar per bag and it says that it has 3 bags so i added 28 plus 3 and u get 31 so that means answer 2 is correct for the 1st problem. for the second problem 6 bags of chips and 3 containers of dip cost $18. i did the same thing i did with the first problem i multiplied 4times3 equals 12 plus 6=18 and therefore your answer for this problem is chips = $1; dip = $4

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sorry if its long

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No, it's not long. It's fine. I understand now :)

- anonymous

:D yay any more questions

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I could keep asking you? ^^; hope it doesn't bother you.

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lol ya u can keep asking

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okay ^^.

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Solve the system of equations by the addition method.
3x+7y=-9
-5x-3y=-11

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Answer Choices:
(4, 3)
(-4, -3)
(4, -3)
(-4, 3)

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O.o i always hated doing this.

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:(

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lol im still gonna help u tho :D

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Thank you :3

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man i feel dumb right now

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Take your time and if you don't know its okay o:

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It's okay I got 24/30 on the quiz. O: thank you for your help hehe.

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:) yay u got an 80 :DDDDDDDDDDDDDD

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:( lol not good enough!

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